Karyoto, KPK’s deputy of enforcement, speaks during a press conference on April 6, 2021. (Antara Photo/Reno Esnir). /BY :FANA SUPARMAN/ SEPTEMBER 23, 2021
Jakarta. The Corruption Eradication Commission, or KPK, confirmed that they would examine new information that emerged during a trial case that allegedly linked Mu’min Ali Gunawan, one of Indonesia’s richest men, with a tax bribery case that implicated his bank, Bank Pan Indonesia, or Bank Panin.
“In principle, when a case is already being processed in court, we will see whether new facts emerge or not. If there is new information, the prosecutor will report to us and discuss the new developments,” Karyoto, KPK’s deputy of enforcement, said late on Wednesday.
Jakarta Corruption Court heard Wednesday an indictment against two former tax officials, Angin Prayitno Aji and Dadan Ramdani, from KPK prosecutors. The charge revealed that the two officers had received bribes from tax consultants from three companies, one of which was from Panin Bank tax attorney Veronika Lindawati.
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